He is Risen!
He is Risen Indeed!
|Easter Blessings to you|
as we rejoice
in the promise
of our Resurrection Hope.
|A cross purchased at Michael's and painted black|
He bears the wrath of God that I deserve.
On this day, my future is changed.
His action justifies me and I now live innocent before God.
Sinful yes, but redeemed.
A Good Friday for me indeed.
|Subway art from my sister Teresa|
sits on the shelf in my living room
|Albrecht Durer's - Christ's Entry into Jerusalem- from the Small Passion- 1511|
|Miss Spring is waiting for the Blossoms|
|The New Life Hope in Eggs in a Nest|
|Some felt and felted chicks and bird|
|Gatherings on the Kitchen Counter|
|Daffodils from outside, a nest blown out of a tree a few years back|
Signs of Spring welcome at the Breakfast table by the Window
|Everyone could choose their own banner message|
|A White Back Yard|
|Gray skies and then something VERY BRIGHT|
|Snow capped daffodils|
|The coy garden girl just know that this snow is not staying long|
|And Tuesday will come and back on schedule for Spring full speed ahead.|
A slight road bump along the way.
An Amazing trip to Ireland was a part
of the Women's Ministry plans for the year 2000.
Moms joined daughters and sisters
to travel together.
So today on this St Patrick's Day I review a bit of the Irish green.
|Lake Killarney--- one of my favorite travel spots|
and kissing the stone for Good Luck
|The friendly people of Ireland, the pubs and the music.|
|Time to get out the travel journal|
and remember this trip to Ireland- and tell a tale ot two.
logo by Danielle Green
image by Laura Schumacher
|Painted peat pot (Wal Mart)|
with ruffled crepe paper collar ( The Party Store)
|A stark lone tree|
looking over the city of Richmond
|Weathered paint dabbled in shade|
|the stone labyrinth at Richmond Hill|
|Gentle Light Shines on the Fabric of my Life|
a Lenten Makeover.
|My Stacked Stones|
guard all that swarms me
in Prideful Trenches.
|And new leaf green dances and waves|
to call me to Lenten repentance
and a refashioned heart.